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Protect your Investment
Daily use of your mobile device can cause unsightly scratches, dents and other unwanted damage. Within a few months, the screen will be hard to read; the device will decrease in resale value and be embarrassing to show other people. Lower-quality disposable screen protectors seem like a temporary solution for keeping your device looking brand new; though they need constant replacements.
The Only Screen Protector You'll Need
With this problem in mind the founders of Skinomi set out to create a screen protector that's tough, reliable and long-lasting. Their solution was the Skinomi TechSkin.
Made of a tough urethane film that is designed to resist abrasion, the TechSkin provides tough, military-grade protection for your devices. The flexible screen protector is HD Clear and goes on invisible. A smooth texture and feel makes it easy to navigate your device as if there was nothing applied The flexible high-grade film is formulated to be "self-healing". Able to stretch, absorb, and even repair scratches and impact damage.
We're so confident that you'll love the Skinomi TechSkin that every screen protector comes with a 100% Risk-Free Lifetime Replacement Warranty. If the Skinomi TechSkin wears off, gets scratched or gets damaged in any way, we will replace it. No questions asked.
So protect your prized possesions and never worry about having to replace that old, scratched up screen protector again.
Skinomi Kit Includes
Skinomi TechSkin Screen Protector
High Grade Lint-Free Microfiber Cloth
Detailed Installation Instructions
100% Risk-Free Lifetime Warranty
Made in the USA
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I have one of these for my phone, and it works pretty well. My only complaint that with the Dell XPS12, I let it sit for almost 24 hours before I touched the screen, closed it, now... Read morePublished on September 13, 2013 by Robbie Feeney
didn't work.. the video it wasn't gona be sticky after 24 hours and it was after 2 day. through it in the trashPublished on September 3, 2013 by roberto